Unfortunately he was attacked by cancer in the throat; he spent the winter of 1887-1888 at San Remo; in January 1888 the operation of tracheotomy had to be performed.
If the individual is still not getting enough oxygen, it may be necessary to perform a tracheotomy.
Throat cancer can leave a person with a permanent tracheotomy, a hole in the neck through which the person breathes.
Patients with epiglottitis frequently require intubation (insertion of a breathing tube) or a tracheotomy to keep the airway open.
A tube may be inserted in to the trachea (tracheotomy) in order to keep the airways open.
The tracheotomy is the most extreme type of surgical therapy for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
In severe cases, a tracheotomy may be necessary.
The advantage to a tracheotomy is that it has a very high success rate for curing OSA.
A tracheotomy is a last option for those with life threatening sleep apnea.
tracheotomy performed by an off-duty nurse in her front yard.
Dave decided to have a new tracheotomy to ease the on-going problems created by the old scar tissue in his throat.
The Pope had been hospitalized twice since 1 February due to breathing problems, and he was forced undergo a tracheotomy.
Jean went into stress and was given a tracheotomy to help her to breathe.
Emergency tracheotomy performed by an off-duty nurse in her front yard.
On one occasion TC was allowed to travel in the taxi with another resident who pulled out her tracheotomy tube.
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